What Are Their Main Differences?
What Kinds of Nouns Are Used after Them?
- 'Many' as a determiner:
is followed by a plural countable noun*.
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They didn't have
- 'Most' as a determiner:
is followed by uncountable nouns or plural countable nouns.
She drank the
What about Using Pronouns and Noun Phrases?
He himself paid
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